Photo from Warner Bros.Ready for Monday morning water cooler chatter? Here's the scoop on what your favorite celebs were up to this weekend.
Yup, Sam Worthington -- you know, that Avatar guy -- can do no wrong. Clash of the Titans topped the holiday box office with a healthy $61.4 million, setting the record for Easter weekend openings. It's not nearly as impressive, though, when you realize the previous record-holder was Scary Movie 4. -- Variety.
Looks like it's official: On Friday evening, movers arrive to pack up at the Seal Beach, Calif., home once shared by Sandra Bullock and Jesse James. Sandra reportedly moved back to her Hollywood Hills home three weeks ago. -- Us Weekly.
On Friday, Kal Penn bails on President Obama to return to Hollywood, where he'll film the third installment of Harold & Kumar this summer. He was abruptly killed of the TV drama House last year to take on the role of Obama's associate director of public engagement. -- Entertainment Weekly.
The legal defense team for Michael Jackson's doc, Conrad Murray, who has been charged with involuntary manslaughter, will allege that the singer gave himself a lethal dose of sleeping meds, implying that he committed suicide, according to a report released Sunday. -- The New York Post.
On Sunday afternoon, a low-key Tiger Woods arrived in Augusta, Ga., to prep for the Masters, which will be considered his first major appearance since the sex scandal broke last year. He'll do a press conference leading up to the he tournament, which starts April 8, tomorrow afternoon. -- ESPN.
Proud papa Usher's sage advice -- dispensed on Lopez Tonight -- to parents everywhere: "Having kids man, don’t wear white. Have you ever had an explosion?" The singer-actor-producer is dad to two sons, Usher and Naviyd, with ex-wife Tameka Foster. -- People Celebrity Babies.